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12 Aug
An introduction to POM (Page Object Model)

POM is a design pattern which is implemented as a Selenium best practice for reducing code duplication and enhancing test maintenance.

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04 Jul
6 (wrong) reasons to not hire testers

Like it or not, all software has bugs. But we become less and less tolerant of them, since there are more than enough competitors out there willing to “help” the annoyed user with their new software or app.

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06 Jun
Insomnia, not just another API client

Insomnia is a powerful cross-platform REST API client which is very easy to use and has a well thought-out and user-friendly UI.

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04 Jun
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QA and the agile transformation: 3 things to remember

QA and the agile transformation: 3 things to remember

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04 Apr
NEOLOAD vs OCTOPERF: a comparison

In a market where performance testing is becoming increasingly important, we will have a closer look at two tools tailored to the job. Neoload and Octoperf. Both the SaaS load testing solutions.

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03 Apr
Brightest trekt ervaren talent aan om groei te versterken

Joke Gijsbrechts (37) en Stef Geeurickx (43) versterken het team van Brightest als unitmanagers. Samen met Frederique De Winter (40) brengen ze meer dan vijftig jaar testervaring rond de tafel. ‘Deze investering in toptalent onderstreept onze ambitie om de nummer één te zijn in testing', zegt managing partner Koen De Wilde.

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28 Mar
Brightest opens offices in Ghent

Brightest was founded in 2016 and employs over 50 Software Quality consultants today. And we are still investing in growth. In order to provide our customers and our staff with first-rate service, we decided to open an additional office space in Ghent.

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14 Mar
What if Appium could ‘think’?

This is only the “Hello World” for AI-driven automated testing. The model still needs to be trained more and there are also some significant limitations that have to be taken into account.

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11 Mar
Brightnight 5 recap: “The never-ending need for speed” by Tim Bogaert

Two weeks ago we welcomed Tim Bogaert as our speaker on our 5th Brightnight. We all know we are living in a world where everything needs to go faster and faster. It is never fast enough. Everything changes every day and we must keep up. The same rules apply to software development, perhaps even more...

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